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Bipolar recording of short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials after median nerve stimulation.

Generators of median short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials were studied with three orthodiagonal pairs of bipolar electrodes. N11 was attributed to the dorsal root and dorsal column volleys. N13 had at least two subcomponents, generator dipoles of which are directed horizontally (N13a) and axially (N13b). N13a was generated in the lower cervical cord. N13b (bipolar) and P14 far-field (noncephalic reference) appeared to originate in the cuneate nucleus or spinocerebellar tracts as well as in the medial lemniscus. Bipolar recordings were useful in localizing cervical cord lesions, which was impossible in conventional monopolar recordings.[1]


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